Yes, you can. Section 1851(c)(3)(A)(ii) of the Social Security Act sets forth a provision of the law where a private Medicare Advantage plan can enroll a person even if the person has not requested such coverage, so long as the person had previously been insured by the plan in either a commercial policy, or a Medicaid plan before they turned 65 or otherwise became eligible to enroll in Medicare. Please be aware of this and contact us to ensure you get enrolled in a plan the is right for you and not auto-enrolled in a plan without your knowledge.
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